Former middleweight boxer Freeda Foreman has died at the age of 42, according multiple reports.
One of former heavyweight champion George Foreman's 10 children, Freeda went 5-1 with three knockouts during her brief career in the ring in the early 2000's.
Foreman's body was discovered by a family member at her home near Houston, Texas according to TMZ, which also notes that police are awaiting a coroner's report.
Freeda Foreman dies
Freeda Foreman dies
18 Aug 2000: Freeda Foreman lands a left jab during a fight against LaQuanda Landers at the Regent Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Foreman defeated Landers by a KO in the 2nd round.Mandatory Credit: Al Bello /Allsport
18 Aug 2000: Freeda Foreman celebrates in the ring after winning the fight against LaQuanda Landers at the Regent Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Foreman defeated Landers by a KO in the 2nd round.Mandatory Credit: Al Bello /Allsport
31 Mar 2000: Freeda Foreman daughter of George Foreman poses in the ring for the camera during a press conference at the Regent Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
E366916. 03/31/00. Las Vegas, NV. Boxer Freeda Foreman daughter of George Foreman takes a break from training. Picture by DAN CALLISTER Online USA Inc
18 Aug 2000: Freeda Foreman walks in the ring as she watches LaQuanda Landers attempt to get up during a fight at the Regent Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Foreman defeated Landers by a KO in the 2nd round.Mandatory Credit: Al Bello /Allsport
George Foreman launches a fundraising partnership between George Foreman Grills and the British Heart Foundation, with the aim of raising £300,000 for the charity, central London.
American George Foreman raises his arms in victory after knocking out Terry Anderson in the first round
(L-R) Former World Heavyweight Champions George Foreman, Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali on the set of Wogan, hosted by Joanna Lumley
(L-R) Former World Heavyweight Champions Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier and George Foreman at a press conference to publicize the launch of the video 'Champions Forever', a tribute to their fight careers
American boxing legends (l-r) Joe Frazier, George Foreman and Muhammad Ali
Former heavyweight champion George Foreman (C) and his sons George Foreman III (L) and George Foreman IV pose during the Television Critics Association 2008 summer press tour in Beverly Hills, California July 9, 2008. Foreman and his sons star in the TV Land series "Family Foreman" which premieres on July 16. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
Boxers George Foreman (L) and Larry Holmes, both former heayweight world champions, pose after a news conference December 1 in Beverly Hills announcing their boxing match scheduled for January 23, 1999, at the Astrodome in Houston, Texas. This is the first time they will face each other in the ring, with the fight labelled "The Birthday Bash" in honour of Foreman's 50th birthday shortly before the match.
Forty-eight-year-old two-time heavyweight champion George Foreman (L) battles with Shannon Briggs, 25, in their 12-round fight in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on November 22. Foreman lost the fight by a majority decision and suggested afterwards that his boxing career was over.
Boxing greats Muhamad Ali (L) and George Foreman pose for photographers backstage of the 69th annual Academy Awards, March 24. Foreman and Ali were the subjects of the documentary film, "When We Were Kings," that won an Oscar for Documentary Feature.
Heavyweight champion George Foreman (L) poses with Axel Schulz of Germany at a press conference where they announced a heavyweight title fight February 14 in New York
Heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield (R) faces off with former champion George Foreman at a New York press conference November 20, 1990, held to plug their upcoming fight April 19 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE REUTERS/Stringer/Ray Stubblebine RFS/CMC
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George, 70, is father to 12 children, with seven daughters and five sons.
The boxing legend twice held the sport's world heavyweight champion. First he held it from 1973 until losing it in 1974 to the late Muhammad Ali, and a second time in 1994 when he beat Michael Moorer to become the sport's oldest ever world heavyweight champion.
He's also associated with the George Foreman Grill.